END GENDERED SLURS is a project aimed toward raising awareness about the dangers of casually using gendered slurs.
What is this campaign about?
This project will address the problem of the casual use of gendered slurs, which are centered on the shaming of women and the devaluation of femininity. Additionally, I will address the widespread use of gendered slurs in the media, raise questions as to why comedians use these words, and why they receive an overall positive response from viewers. The aim of this project is to not only analyze gendered slurs and why their use is so widespread, but also to raise awareness and spark a reflection in people that helps them recognize how often gendered slurs slip into their everyday conversation, and how that use can effect slut shaming, victim blaming, physical assault, and rape.
According to tumblr, I still have 2,669 followers on this blog even though I’ve stopped posting. HELLO 2,669 BEAUTIFUL TUMBLR USERS. Please read the above post and check out the tumblr page!
Have you ever been called a “bitch,” “slut,” or anything similar? If so, and if you’re willing, please share your stories with us! We want to know what you think about gendered slurs.
To those of you still following this blog, I’m sorry to say I haven’t been updating at all. Tbh (as you can probably tell), this blog is not really my priority anymore.
BUT I post about the goddess Laura Nyro here.
And my personal blog is here.
Happy Birthday George Harrison.
Your music and your message are so important, and will always be remembered.
We love you.
“It’s being here now that’s important. There’s no past and there’s no future. Time is a very misleading thing. All there is ever, is the now. We can gain experience from the past, but we can’t relive it; and we can hope for the future, but we don’t know if there is one.”
Happy 70th Birthday George, I will always love you
Amoeba records, Los Angeles 2007
The Beatles in a Paris park in June, 1965.
The Beatles in the Netherlands